Purpose of Narijibon Blog
Nari Jibon Project seeks to increase our students’ and staffs’ abilities through different ways: classes, practice, computers, internet, and now the Narijibon Blog. Readers and writers (our students & staff) of the Blog will both learn about our lives, culture, Nature, activities of people in Bangladesh and the Nari Jibon Project.
Saturday, April 19, 2008
Students/bloggers get together in the Nari Jibon center and arranged a cultural function. At the function, Nari Jibon bloggers sang, recited poems, danced and also they acted in short drama.
Bloggers started their programme with Rabindranath Tagore's song that has become the "anthem of Pahela Baishakh"---Esho hey Baishakh, esho, esho (Welcome, O Baishakh, welcome). See more from video.
I have finished my study in Chittagong. I have passed my S.S.C exam in 1994 from Nazirhat Girl's High School. I have passed H.S.C in 1996. I passed B.A in 1999 from Nazirhat Degree College. I got first class from all boards.
My mother's name Mrs. Jabeda Khatun and she is a housewife. My father died before three years. I have three brothers and 1 sister.
I am married. My husband is a service holder and I have two daughters. I am happy with my family. I like my father-in-law and mother-in-law. My favorite song is Islamic song. I don't watch t v program. I also like ha-do-do and football games.
My favorite person is Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (Sl) and my dear father. My favorite books are Behesti Jeour and Bokhari Sharif. My favorite News papers are Daily Sangram and Noya Diganta. I want to be a good mother.
I have four brothers and two sisters. I came to Nari Jibon to develop my English and computer skills. My future plan is I want to be a good teacher. My hobby is reading books. My favorite color is white.
I wish I will be able to develop my skills after finishing English and Computer courses here. Now I am attending in English class only. I will admit in computer section after finishing English course.
I like Nari Jibon very much. To me it is the best organization for girls and women. I also like the teacher very much.
Monday, April 14, 2008
Shuva Nababarsha or Happy New Year. Today is Pahela Baishakh, the first day of the first month of Bangla calendar year 1415. The weary sun of 1414 set last evening and took away all the sorrows of loss and melancholy of unfulfilled expectations. A new sunrise this morning brings with it new hopes and spirit for better days in the first day of Bangla New Year.
Shuvo Nababarsha to all of our readers.